According to statistics, 15% of Americans adults suffer from a hearing deficiency and not all of them are keen to use hearing aids. The National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) of the US has reported that 28.8 million of American adults can improve their lifestyle by wearing hearing aids.
But even after all these statistics available in front of us, adults are still not a big fan of hearing aids and the situation is similar all over the world.
When you hear the word mortgage, it’s usually tied to negative thoughts. A large number of people are affected by mortgages owing to lenders that use ruthless practices and cause borrowers to land into debt. Normally, there’s not much you can do about it. But if you’re a senior citizen, there is some hope in the form of a reverse mortgage.
Who says that a being at a senior age means less travel or no travel at all? In fact, senior age brings more opportunities and a worriless travel. Not that you do not have grandchildren to baby sit, but isn’t it better to fly over the skies, march on your feet or take some exciting road trips than to sit idle at home with some boring old age routine? So, here are some smarter ways to have fun travels seniors!
Almost all the airlines, railways, hotels, resorts and restaurants offer special discounts for the people who have crossed 60 years of age. Whenever you plan a trip, don’t forget to look up to these exciting discounts by AAA or AARP programs. This will not only let you have a nice trip but also saves your budget.